accent pillow case baby Meet Megan Bohr of Canoe Ridge Creations decorative pillow shams
Hello! My name is Megan Bohr and I blog at Canoe Ridge Creations. I bought my first BERNINA sewing machine when I turned 16 (a bright red 153QE!) and now almost ten years later I’；m so thrilled to be joining the BERNINA WeAllSew team!
I started my blog， Canoe Ridge Creations， three years ago for one reason： to record my sewing？and quilting adventures. Since then it’；s grown to be so much more! Each week I love to share new quilt designsaccent pillow case baby， projects， tutorials， and inspiration. I’；ve even connected？and made real life friendships with many of my blog readers？– the best part!customized gifts for kids
In March I started a fun six month series called the Fresh Mini Quilt Club. Each month， members are sent a downloadable PDF pattern of a new mini quilt. We are wrapping up this first round of the club in August？and will be starting a second round this fall! Here are some of the mini quilts：
March Mini Quilt
April Mini Quilt
May Mini Quilt
June Mini Quilt
I also like to share step-by-step tutorials on my blog？– small projects， quilt blocks，？and even basic sewing and quilting techniques. Here are a few of the free tutorials available on my blog：
Double Fold Binding Tutorial
Straight-line Quilting Tutorial
Half-Square Triangles Hexagons
I’；m looking forward to sharing fun quilting projects on WeAllSew？– I hope you will enjoy stitching them!
A wool water bottle insulator is easy to make with scraps of wool, a snap, a needle and thread.Wool is an excellent insulator and will help keep water cooler when ambient temperatures are warmer. Many countries supplied their troops with wool insulators for their canteens. It is still possible to find canteens and their wool insulators in military surplus stores.This tutorial will show how to hand sew a wool water bottle insulator that can be custom fit for any size water bottle.